May 20th, 2010
While the Conspiracy underground has whispered about secret technologies and free energy for years, the subject of teleportation has always been a topic that seemed to be firmly placed in the transporter room of the Starship Enterprise, and not in some secret government lab.
Teleportation is the transmission of matter from one point to another, and while it could be argued that the concept originated in the annals of psychical phenomena, it certainly came to the fore front of the public's mind with the popular fiction genre of Science-Fiction, most notably being through Star Trek and The Fly.
Although there are a few tales concerning advanced technology in the late 1960's, where the supposed teleportation of inanimate objects was achieved. Although this story is mostly dismissed by truth seekers, there was a sequel to these events in 1976, when the first teleportation of a living creature was achieved. A bowl, water and Goldfish dematerialized, then rematerialized in the correct order with the Goldfish still living! This story of a successful Science-Fiction like teleportation, was related a number of years ago by famed Parapsychologist Dr. Barry Taff.
Now it seems that main stream science is beginning to catch up with its fictional counterpart, abet at a much smaller scale, as advances are moving forward in the realm of sub-atomic particles and quantum mechanics.
Quantum teleportation has achieved a new milestone or, should we say, a new ten-milestone: scientists have recently had success teleporting information between photons over a free space distance of nearly ten miles, an unprecedented length. The researchers who have accomplished this feat note that this brings us closer to communicating information without needing a traditional signal, and that the ten miles they have reached could span the distance between the surface of the earth and space.
Beam me up Scotty!
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